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"BENEATH LOVE'S SUN.'
m.... na u ntntiio i n'v iviinmon ('lav.
Which in the sunshine stoo l ono rummer-day,
Anil Juat uirimtfnonu unci, uiituiv; uuui, m
Because the tun ahono so, seemed purest
TIiiti. um a hero, hero but one.
Who had hlMfiMed hour boneHih Love's Sun.
An 1 thru, Ah mc! the sunshine died away
Alio left the hern Imrw, dull, common clay,
ire vou tin1 hern or arc jou I ho sun?
A word, nion ami, nd my fable's done.
If you muni IiIhiii, be Just mid blame the sun,
Krica ceased reading. She laid down
tin? iii:i"!iin'slic was leading, and lcin-
inr hack in her rattan rook or, looked
tip a! hermsterwilh bright, serious eves.
mil iliil I "
mi bio the miii. Bertha. Ah. believo
llcrtha smiled and shook her head, j
"It is a liprht which shall never die
awav, a sun which shall never set!''
she ' answered with sweet resolute
ness She was standing In the great bay
window lo.minpr idly against tlm oaken
casing, two round, linn arms lifted an
ple.wise above her head, two (dim clasp
ed hands, snow-white upon the black
ness of her hair.
The folds of the. loose crimson wrap
per she wore suggestod-rather than re
vealed the curves of a ligiire youthful
and exquisite. Thesmall, sbabby slip
pers covered feet arched and dainty. A
slender slip of a girl, she, with a pale,
regular-featured face, redeemed from
mere prettiness by a pair of magnificent
midnight eyes. ' Undoubtedly lScrtha
was the beauty of the family. And a
verv large family il was, too.
I'licro was tall", handsome, rollicking
Rick, bronze-haired and hlue-eyoil;
there were Dot and Dora, the tw ins, ns
much alike as peas in a pod: there were
half a dozen younger children, ruddy
cheeked anil strong-lunged, to all of
whom plain-featured, lovely-hearted
Erica was father and mother in one.
And just now she whs to w illful Bertha
a most gentle monitor.
"But the 'bare, dull, common clav'
will be there all the same, my pet," she
said. Bertha dropped her hands w ith a
"No," ipilcklv, "I did not. admit
"What a child it is!" Erica laughed
A basket of bright-hueil wool lay over
turned beside, her chair. She began
winding up each skein with the order
liness natural to her.
"Vou see we know so little of him,"
she went on with dubious and deepen
ing perplexity. "Wait! Vou met him
three weeks ago at the Le.. nurds. J to
lias called here foiir-vM it six times?
You have gone once with him to the
opera and - you are engaged to him. I
can hardly 'realize it, dear. It is all
so-so sudden it almost frightens me."
" "Unlucky tlm wooing that's long a
doing!' " gavlv caroled Bertha. "Oh,
you ridiculetis darling!''
A flood of suushino pourai in at the
window. In Us clear light the room to
minded one irresistibly of an impover
ished old aristocrat, seedy and out, at
elbows, but holding acertain suggestion
of former niagniliccnee. A faded velvet
carpet covered the floor, chairs vener
able and "thready," brooded, rigidly
i'rect, and underfoot were ruga so worn
ns to have bo-omo snareful and Nihilis
tic. But to carry out the simile even
an ancient dandy may improve his per
Honal appearance with a bright tie, n
pair of new-tinted gloves a buttonhole
bouquet; and just now tho Bniith woods'
parlor lost much of its usual air of bar
ren decay -thanks to the ruby lire in
the grate, the delightful profusion of
lato magazines and periodicals scattered
everywhere, the cluster of hothouse roses
on the centre-table.
Erica disentangled the etui of a skein
of Berlin, andcoinmeneed to wind it be
fore she spoke again. Then it was in a
tone 'if deliberate aversion.
"I don't like his face, my pet. For
give me. I don't. It is nervous, and
shifting, and restless. It never looks
tipstraightforwardly to speak or answer.
I hope this dislike of mine is unfounded
prejudice, I do sincerely."
"It is not like vou, Erica." Bertba
cried bitterly aggrieved. "I thought
you would bo kind and sympathetic if
you had ever loved yourself. ' The fin
gers guiding the rosy strand trembled
a little lint went bravely on with their
If! I did. Bertha."
"Yes. And I gave him up."
"Huh!" the girl answered scornfully,
strong with the extravagance of her
Vou ii g passion, "You call that love!
That which falter is not love. Love Is
Her sister smiled sadly. "Yes, love
in undying. I would have been his
wife, was it not that ho demanded of
me a .-ucrilioo contrary to every law of
"There la no nacritlee," Bertha inter
rupted, recklessly, "I would not make
for the man 1 low. You were cowardly,
her knees with her anus around
"Yon did this for us -for mn! I-or-
glvn me-forgive mo!Oh, 1 didn t mean
it, Erica, 1 didn't. Indeed!"
A canary swinging In Ins gilded cago
burst into a grand bravura.
hnca rose, suddenly.
"How shrilly that bird sings!" she
exclaimed. "H is deafening." Mio
went out of tho room and Bertha sat
unite still where she luvd left her. Her
A a. . il I .11 . .. I
head lay witnin tun nonow oi ner nnu,
which rested on the dhow of the rocker.
Louder nnd more piercing came tho
song from the bird-cage.
"Stop, Dick! sheened irritably.
Sha onught the late September roo
from her bosom and Hung it at mm,
and laughed at herself for being ho fool
ish, all in one breath.
Robert Sutherland came up that even
ing, lie wa.s a man of 2.) or there
alumts, with a smooth, clean-shaven
faco, absolutely colorless. His nose and
chin worn of a typo long and pronounc
ed, bis eye-s were light-blue, his hair
The Braithwoods weru all gathered
together in the parlor when he entcrud.
Rick lay full length on the sofa, deep
in tho perusal of a seductive French
novel, Dot and Dora drummed a duct
on the asthmatic piano in a distant
comer the vounirer children clustered
round tho story-teller of the family, who
iust. then was reL'alin"r them with a
thrillinor description of a lin ht with "In-
"Vm in. Bob!" cordially invited
Rick, who had he ever bad the honor of
a presentation to iuc latu ihu wn
sort would have called him "Al" on
their second encounter.
Erloa, busy with tho homely task of
patching Willie's coat, looked up with
a swift compression of her lips and held
him out her hand. Bertha rose half
eagerlv, half shyly from her chair and
came a little forward to meet her lover.
She was looking very graceful, and
slender, and stately in 'her picturesque,
dress of dull Venetian red, with the
quaint brooch of tawny gold at her
"Sit down. Have a cigar -the girls
don't mind," murmured Rick in genial
abstraction, his thoughts still with (.'des
tine.. They were not cermonious at the
Braith'woods. The twins paused a mo
ment to stare at the newcomer, and then
resumed thoir interrupted performance
with an energy which threatened to
shake every petal from the "Last Rose
of Summer." The sensational narrator
adown the room suspended his recital
in the middle of a startling sentence,
"And tho tonia- ," waiting long
enough to run the curiosity of his listen
ers up to fever-heat before ho conclud
ed, "hawk fell!"
"Thanks, no!" Sunderland replied,
"I don't smoke. Let me move that
lamp for you, Miss Braithwood so.
We'll excuse you," with u nod to Rick,
"go on with your book. 1 a:n going to
talk to Bertha."
Thus liberated from conversational
thralldom, Ilia; went back toCelestine.
Erica sewed on with brown, bent bead;
under its merciless manipulators the pi
ano groaned agonizing crescendi and
sobbed gasping fortissimi. Once or
twice Erica lifted her oyes and looked
across tho room to where Robert Suth
erland leant above her sister's chair.
He always talking in his slow, absorb
ed, nervous fashion, she listening, her
"What docs she see in him?" she ak
ed herself desperately, and fell to plying
her needle more rapidly than before, ns
though to btiteh out an answer to her
"That will do, Dot. (iood-night,
Dora!" she said at last to the relentless
musicians. They ceased immediately.
And'on thesuddi'n silence came distinct
ly from the distant comer the blood
curdling words, "and Tiger Tommy,
pulling out his revolver, exclaimed
through once. Then shu took up the
cover and scrutinized tlm ehirography.
Yes, his. She read it slow ly over a sec
ond and a third time.
When Erica caino softly in a few min
utes later she found her sitting In tho
little rattan rocker, tho French paper
held tightly in her lingers, but Bho her
self dead to all sense of loss.
Horridly she snatched tho sheet ami
held it up to the dying daylight, ami
read the words which told of the mar
riage of Robert Sutherland to hiscousin,
Stephanie, daughter of tho lately deceas
ed millionaire T'lerro Lo Blanc.
"Erica!" Bertha had risen to her feet
wilb atiercecry. Erica turned and went
"Look!" she cried and pointed shud
deringly to the world beyond, weird
in its pall of darkness nnd its shroud of
snow, "look - it is winter!"
"My own darling," Erica whispered,
"there are (lowers under tho snow!"
liij A", Mrihilim.
Mary Anderson's Lover.
Before wo got n the train (writes
"Gnih") I observed at Cincinnati a tall,
rather handsome woman of the blonde
character, and evidently a Kentucky
lady, come to the train accompanied by
a laro-e-heardcd, phlegmatic person.
Theo people I had seen sitting together
at tho dramatic festival, and supposed
them to be a newly-married couple.
Tho train left Cincinnati at tin early
hour in the morning, yet these I wo were
down to sen Mary Anderson ofY, When
they parted tho lady kissed Miss Ander
son, and then said that she mu-tglve a
kiss for "him," meaning, I suppose, the
phlegmatic man aforesaid. Mi" Ander
son allowed the kiss to be given, but
without any other recognition of the
man, and quietly resumed her s.-at. I
inquired of an actress in (he car who
those people might be. My acquaint
ance said: "The man is very rich. It'"
is in business in New Orleans. 1 1 o is
dead in love with Mary Anderson and
wants to marry her. Fine-looking as he
is, she does not give him any encourage
ment. That lady is bis .sister, who is
doing the best she can to forward tho
"Mr. Connor, don't you think that
girl will make some great, rich, or titled
"Well, I don't know," said Mr. Con
nor. Her heart-strings are probably
like our. She may marry some man as
poor as we arc. That she will marry I
am pretty sure, because she has a warm,
generous nature, and that will make her
eventually fall in love."
He Was MisUk-n.
"Ceeorge Alfred Ren fro, what were
you do'n down town last night till
after twelve o'clock ?"'
"What was 1 doing. Mrs. l'cnfro?
Why, my dear, 1 was in the ollice bal
ancing iin the bonks. I worked there
till I could hardly see. My head is just
full of li'.'urc- yet."
"Your head 'full of Hirures! Figures!
0, you are mistaken, Mr. Reufro. Fig
ure's don't lie, vou know."
Til B TE1UT0-M I LLKN N I A L
How to Shorten 1 ife-
Itu rittnltil If rmpU). You liavo only to take a
violent fold, and Lfu'e rl U. Ahertialli y, the Krtai
hiii(ili Hurenon. nuked a lady who told him
die only iia l a cough: "What would yon have?
'lh plmiKUi'r Denarii ol "only concha." Itut
worfl Mie! fHn lioaevor ',u ''nn'd by 1)K. W.M
HALL'S BALSAM, for the LI NOS. In Whoop
Couch and (.'roup It luimcl lately a'layn tmu
t. ii, and Ik Hire lo prevent a fa'al termination ef
the dineaco. Sd.i1 hy all drnituisia and deal' r la
Dr. Roger's Vegetable Worm Syrup.
Is one of fie nioxt pluaf ant, or palatuhln prepur
IIoiih fur worm e have ever known. It lathor
oui'tilv crhV:limi. and never requires any "tie r
inediririu to furry .', i n" alter Hung It. C'hlldr.-a
liku it, as ihoiiijh It Wi re liouey!
Tiivtm-Vy' Toothache; AuuUyue rurea luftani').
Erica looked up with a quick catch
ing of her breath. Her bright ball rolled
unheeded to the floor.
"Bertha! listen, dear. Imagine t
dead mother, a desolate home, a group
of hclrdess; lonely children! Think of
love, think of happiness, longht only
at tho price ol desertion of these iittlo
onos: think of that, and call mo -cowardly!"
A sudden dimming of brilliant eyes,
th awirl of a crimson wrapper, a finU
tcr of white hands, and Bertha was on
There was a quick, spontaneous shout
of hmghterfroui the elder people, break
in;: tlie thin veneer of ice which had
coated their intercourse.
"Tiger Touunv, go to boil!" chimed
in Benha, iravlv, Looking rather shame
faced, the voungsters scrambled 111
Robert Sutherland rose, too.
"What! going Bob? Where's the
hurry? Oh, hang it. you don't, you
know!" expostulated Rick, dropping
Celcst'uie and her sorrows ignominious
ly tut the carpet.
"Oh, I mti-t! I didn't tell you Bertha,
did I, that 1 have to leave tow n to
night?" Tlm girl's dark, velvety eyes dilated.
"iNo," she said slowly, "ou did not
He looked tin at her with a smile,
"It was such hard luck for me, my
darling; such dillleult news for rue to
tell, I naturally deferred its nienlion as
long as possible. I received a telegram
to-day containing information of tho
death' of my unolu in l'aris. Aliunde
only by marriage, a native-born 1'nris
ian, he, I must go over to protect my
cousin's inheritance from the devastating
grasp of those nipaeiousOallic lawyers.
Of what duration my noscnee w ill be
can form no conjecture, however faint.
J (us only I know. However brief, brisk
work and loving homeward thoughts
can niakeit.it shall bo because of
A hot rosy tide came flooding Ber
tha's pale cheek. But closer around
Erica s heart cold Imirers clutched in a
premonition of pain,
After that tho days went by very
monotonously, wholly uneveiii fully, at
Rick smoked, and frolicked, and
laughed, a kindly presence in tlm house
as usual, Erica ordered tho dinners, and
pali bed the hoy's clothes, and took
more than her "share of the domestic
dillieulties on her own shoulders unob
trusively as ever. Bertha lived only for
the malls from France.
One day In particular, a day without
laugh or a sob, a smile or a frown, a
very ntttuinMt v of a day, she listened,
listened Hill' afternoon for the postman's
imperative ring. It came at last. She
fled fo the door. What a dreary, deso
late, night! The snow had begun to fall
the lirst snow of the year.
0n1yapsj.ee Ho Imd not had time
to write, so lie had sent her this, How
good he Was-ho never forgot her!
She took it Into the long, dusking
parlor. whero she and Erie, had talked
together that mornlm' more than n
month ago. Sim opened It in the waning
light.' ' "
A column was marked. Sim read it
To The West.
There are a number ol routes leading to
the. above-mentioned section, but the direct
nnd reliable, route is via Saint Louis aid
over tho Missouri Pscillc Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, A tchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman l'nla e Sleeping Cars of the very
(irest make are attached to all trains. '
At Kunnis City Union Depot; passengers
Cor Kansas, Coloraon, New Mexico and Cul
if'.niin ",,,jert with ixiirtss trains of nil
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains tor KnusaB and eorasia
t Oniiiiet. connection is made with the
Overlund Unit) for California.
This line oilers to parties enroutc to the
Wi st and Northwest, unt only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautif il
scenery, ss it passes through the finest por
lion o Missouri nnd Nebraska. Bend lor
illustrated mnp, pamphlets, &C, of tl.i
line, which will Ik; mailed free.
II. KlSHAN, F. CflAHDLKK,
CHEAP KXCl'KHION HATBM KVKKY DAY DL'H -MI
Til K HCMMKR TO SANTA KK, NKW
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the oldest cily
in the United States. It has reached tho
end of its first third of a thousand years
its tcrtio-niillenial period. ThoTertio-Mil-letiniiil
Celebration and Mining and Indus
trial Exposition, which will be inaugurated
ihcte on the 2d of July and close on the 3d
of August, will be an event of great histo
rical us well as practical importance to the
country at large. It is intended to com
iuc morale the three hundred and thirty
third anniversary of the Spanish settlement
ol the place.
Which will constitute the practical part of
the celebration, will be sn epitome of the
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general industrial resources and capa
bilities of the Territory. Those, therefore,
hi arc interested in cither mining, ajri
rnltuie or stock-raising w ill have a good op
ponunitv to visit New Mexico this season,
s the low fare will be a great inducement
to make the trip. The development of the
mines of this vast icgion has t ut begun,
yet in the past year the proportionate in
citetso in the output of ore was greater than
in any other Stated TVrritoiy. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held '
at Deliver last season shewed, more clearlv
than anything else, the vastnecs of its min
It has burn the general belief herctotorc
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
pay. This is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition will be seen camples of all soils
of fruits and field products which vie with
those of prolific Kansas, With irrigation
the soil of the Territory cm be made to
yidd immensely, and thcie is no pursuit
more remunerative than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of all kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready market, always
accessible in the growing mining towns,
and the cost of raising is c mpiratlvely
small. As a cattle and sheep country, too,
New Mexico cannot be surpas-ed. Her
valleys and mas afford fine grazing
grounds for countless herds. A' the cele
bration at Santa Fc will be the means of
drawing a larger number of people into the
Territory than usual, owing to the cheap
fare, nn opportunity will be offered those
who may be ititcicted in stock-raising
Resides the practical, the Tertio-Mdlenial
will embrace many features the most novd
and romantic. For instance, three days
the 18th. 10th. and 20th of July will be
devoted to the oresentatlon ol historic
tcenep. These will represent Ihe period
which has transpired since the settlement
of the city, each day to represent a century
of history aid progress. The three civili
zations will also be represented that
which existed at the time ol the coming ot
the conqueror", that which the Spaniards
brought with them and that which followed
the American occupation of IMA. Thes-
representations will be illustrated hy caval
cades in costume, indicative of the several
distinctive expeditious into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also be numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to make one of the most novel and
iatt rest'. in exhibitions ever witnessed in
this country. There will, in addition, l.
variolic Indian games, races and dam ' lo
the Pueblos, descendants of the ancient in
habitants of the Tcrritorv: ambusca b s am
shiiin lights by the Z'inif , with exhibitions
of (heir peculiar rites and ccrcmonb s. trm
o( which will he a primitive dunce repre
senting the gods and heroes of their folk
lore llljthology; native M. xic.an games,
dances and juggling ; oi iginal Atec d oices,
1:1 which both .Mexicans and inoians win
take pnrf; various M xicm sports and the
graid f tndaiigo; war and other peculiar
incf-s by the Mescalcro and
Jicaiilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacqiiere in throwing me lariat;
a inoiinttd tournament, in cos
('lines of t ti roe centuries ago;
the San Domingo and Sandia feasts, and
ihcr peculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would lake much space arin time to
KOL'.NI) TKIP fl'h
I he r itj for the round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including stop-off both
ways at the Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
1 10, while the tare from all eastern poin's
is comparatively low. The Las Vegas Hot
rings are among the most celebrated m
II y villna of an inii.'ntlon United out of the
ricrVa office of the r.licull r.i.urt.of Aleiandurr.nMii-
ty and atnle of Illinois, and to me dlrintml. whom
hy I am c-oininanded lo make the amount of a cer
tain liulmeul rucunlljr ohtninud anaiiint Walter H
l (tinier in favor of Heiijumlii V ( ur'ta out 'ifth
IkikIc, letmmeiiH, liiiielx mill cliatula of ill paid
Walters. Lander, I have I, vied on the following
m-ribi'd proi ertv, to win All of anctlua e aveii
111) lu lownahlp n.xioen (IS) and lu ranwi to (!),
wnl ul I lie not principal nirrilian, ciiinalliuiK sin
iutoh, in. almve ilcxi i loeil now la 1) Ink' and lieini;
silnat il III 1 lie cuiiuly of Ah'iaudur and atale of
Ihereforii, according lo aald cnmni"ri, I fhull
expose for Inle. at public, auction, nil the right,
title nnd lull rest el I lei aliovo iinima Wulor
Lander in and to lite alo,i ilencOmid iiropnrrr,
nt II o'clock u, in , on Frlilay I hi-Mill day of Annual,
1 SKI, at tan westerly door ol the court liouae, in
ir orciuro, inn.
hated at l ane, III., till U'th day ifjnly,
ShcrllT Alcxauder County.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
11 v vtriuc f an exemtlon laaued out of tho
clerk' oltl ;o ol tlm clicuu c-turt of Aurandet coun-
Ivaud Klnlcol lillnoiit, aud to mti directed, -tihere-liy
1 am commanded to make The amount of arer
lain judgment recently ohuined aiiauiM It K. Wil
himiu ami Willliiui Wagoner in favor of Frecloline
HroKa, plantiu, befom iieo. K. Ulinmeil, hstj., a
liollco iiininrate, In and lor the city of Cairo, a
Iruuaeript ol which haa lieeu duly tllou lu Lie laid
nrK a utllce an rcouireil liv law out or lliel iuilH,
tcu mint, inoila mnl chafela of Ihe aald Re I J .
f. w I Lioarn kuiI w iliiain Wn.'omr. 1 have levoel
on ihe fuilowliiK diacrilit d property, tu-wlt: The
coiitr.eu t of tnit aotilhweat quarter of c
tlnu uteuty two CM), aud alsit tha weal, ulduof tho
nordiwnst ol tho uorllieaat quartor and the uorln-
aeln! tnu norlhwet uuur'ur ol aecilou twe.nt)-
i-ev.-n CJ7). All the nhovu landa are altimted nnd
I. in In township lllteen il.'o aud In runno two Uk
etof:inl 1. M., lu county of Alexander aud
eiato ot lldnola.
ihereforc, acciirdlua to iH command, 1 atia'l
i-il'UKi for nain al puh.ic auction, nil the r tht. tltie
and InicreHt of the above named William Waone-.
in and t ) the above ilccnhfd properlt, at 11
o'clock a. m , on rnday the t'h of Auust, ISA), at
the est, r!v door ot the court houne, In Cairo, III-.
Dstei! at Cairo III., thle lilh day of .Inly. 1ss;,
Sheriff Alexander County.
IIKKItK S SALE.
Jlv vlrliio of au ereeullon lued out of Ihe
i rk'a olflccol Ihe circuit cut of A'eiai.der comi
ty and mate of lllmoia, aud to mo directed, wharo-
by 1 atn commanded to make the amount oi ac-r-ism
jielirmeiit tecently obtained awainat V alter (.
Lauder and Satuie l Lander n favor of Benjamin
K. i iirtia out of the iandi-, O it' Uienta, ood and
cl.a tela ot ihe Mid Walter S. Lander and S on in 1
LanHer. 1 Iihvo levied on tho follow
Inn deai ri'ied properly, Kj wii: All of
unction eleven (IK In Umnhlp anleen
i ho and in ranee ro vi treat of the 3rd prin
cipal meridian, aaid land i l iuc and helnt altna
ted in Hie county of Al. lamlcr Mid autte. of lUlnoi-.
1 hef-loie, accorditu lo anid conimaud, 1 ah.l
in nc for na:e at i . 1 1 i i ' auiilon,a)l !. rUht,
Itlle atid Interest nf the aliova namea Walter
Lander and Samuel Lander. In and to She abova
rieio iihed pioperiy, at II ..'dork a. m . on Kriday
tlielth ay of A ituhI. lSsrl. at f.o eMerly door
of ihe niHri hoiiM, In ti'v ol Cairo. Ill"
hated at Cairo, 1,1 , lli'ie Wlh day of.Iii'v, ISs:i.
, KillS Huhi.rS,
Slier. t) A'.vxanter Ceill.t)
f jpj "Vad, t M .J u if : i m n n . . - - - l '
n Mi M-M-JF-iwr ,mf -kf f M V
Shortest nnd Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Line Jiuniiiuu;
O DAILY TRAINS
MARINO DlliKCT CoNNKOTION
I luiNa Laavt Caiiki:
:i:ur ii in. Mail,
'.rri vlti; In St . l.oula II .45 a in.; Chicago, n :HU p m.;
CoMiei liiit; ai Odin atid hifln;:t am for finein.
i.ati, l.onnvi.le, liKlianapolia ana point Et.
11:1 i u.m. at. J,ouin mid W .trii
, rrniiiu in ft. In;!, j p, m,, ud coiinertln
for all poiuta Wci.
'.i no p.m. I'"ut JOx tir.H.
F .1 St.. Loin, ami ihlmy.,, airUiun at Si. Loula
'.e;ie p.m., and Cl.li ai;o 7.AI a. m
:tTiO p ut. Cx'inclnivut i i0preM.
Mnvir.K at . Clnclliiiatt 7:il a.m.; IimavUla H:1R
m.: Ii.dlanapulla 4.C5 a.m. t-aaxenimrl hy
lm fain reach the above puint J y lo 3J
Mol. ht m advance ol any other fonte.
yllic!l VI p.
I .r.Kl'INU (A It
;1 r rea, and thro
m. expreaa haa PU.I.MAX
l airo Oi Clrcoir.atl, without
it'll flee fir. to M l,oula and
I)y virtue of ai exectitinu tstu.d out of tbn
c'.i rk otllcfl of the cir uit couri or Alexander
county und ttnto of Illinois, and to m directed,
wherehy J am romniai ded to make t'e aiioniilof
a certulu Judiinii lit recently uhtMM"! aainal H. K.
Wllhoum alio William Warmer in favor of th
AlexhiiderCoiintT Hank, piai'llfl, before tten. V.
t)!iti(oca. r( . a polic i nialira'e In and for tha
litv nt I airo, alrnnecr'pt of which tif been dulv
tiled Hi the .aidclcru ofllce a tc(Uird by law,!
have levli d on lh- folio i d.-m rlhed property,'
t :!:: I he owlheal of Hie nnihwii'l quarier ol
of auction twenty two i'iii, and l ho et side
af the ijotthc't i I ilie i orthenat quarter and ih
nor Ina-t of 'he nofhvti-l quarter of n-cllou
tweniv-feven i J I. Aliheiv lamia are mma
ted iid it ij in lowiiHhtp lifo en (IM and in rarie
two lii. wval ol it I I' . M . I u the luuiiiy ol Alex
ander and flute of Illiiiidc.
'Miercfore. accordlns to eald eoniinand. I tnalt
ipoe lor aale at pnbllc atir.'ion. all Ifce fifftU title
and luicr.t ofih ahovi named VVillliiu Hajjouer,
In and to tlie above dci rdied property, at 11
o'clock a. tn , on Kridav t'"' r!ny of Aut'nst,
lsl, a the wi eter'y door of llio court hnnae, in
Mnritl Alexander '."'inn ty-
I'ar-t Time J .nst.
I'd vl.'lMHfM'W ,,T "n Pn'brouh to Kaat.
1 it."!. I 11,1 i ,1 D pntnte trltbont any delay
raafed hv Sunday Intervening. The Kntnrilav aftar
noon train frotu ro arr.v, . in r.ew Vo'k ilonday
uoml'iit at W: a.V Thlrty aix boura in advancaof
f other route.
Itr-for through ticket and fu-ther li.forBiallon,
t piy at lilinoia Cinliai Kaop sl lo- ol, (. alro.
J II. J)SKrt,Tlrx-l Alnt.
A. II. HANSON. Gen. I'ara. Ati'.'nt. thlraeo
It. K. TIMK CAKD AT CAIRO.
ILLI.StHS I I-NTKAL It. K.
Tra.r.a Depart Tralta Arrive.
Wail - :"" a it. 4 Vail m.
tAccom ...... 11 :le a in. Kxprf 11 10am.
tEpo-sK :t !o p.m. Acciim 4:ir p.m.
k N. o. h. K. (Jackaoa route).
C. ST. L
i Ace .in
s i. L.
K.pr m ....
I I A Vail
Vail t Kt.
Arcoui . . .
.. 4 -.4 a.m. I tv.n
I I ii m j y.pre
, , I .Ul Ii in . I
a o. k. u.
S:ow a ui
. in. ii a M
.... U:i 5 o in
ST. L. 4
....Hi.'oO p. in
w., ST. L. 1
.A: 0 a m
.4. p. in
... :4." a. m
llonil.K 4 OHIO H
..?:'.') a m. Mill :10 p.m.
pt ui"'av. t llallv.
lu.,Ti) a m .
IKxpn r . . .. 1 :1 a m.
Li. Mail. .4:10 p m.
Accotu H:ui p.m.
I. M. II. K.
tKiprt'f trw p.m.
Mai: A Kx
Aico n ....
9 t p m .
10 sit m.
;4i p. in .
TIM i: f.Altl)
ALKIVAL AM) DK'l'AHl IRK OK
Ass't (Icn'l Pass. Agent. (JenT Pass Agent.
To all who are suffering from the errors
ami indiscretions of youth, nerwus weak
ness, early decay, loss nf nianhixxl, esc, 1
will send a recnm that will crre yoi 'liK
tiK ciiAitou. This rreat reme'ly "as
discovered liy a minister in Mouth America.
Seiui a sell-aildresseil envelorie to the He'
JosfTii T. Isman, Htation I)., New York
.1. T. Hueford, Shelilon, III., says: "I am
selling Mrown's Iron Hitters, anil it fives
universal catislaction. '
the worhl, and a cool and cointortuhle re
sort for the hot season. There is every in
duccment to go to New Mexico this sum
mi rand it will he taken advantage of ly
thousand who will improve this opportun
ii v to study, under the best possible con
ditions, the resources ot the territory and
invistmonts, and al-o to enjoy for the time
the most quaint and romatic spot in all our
country. It is an opportunity to see tin
Southwest the coining country which
ought not to be lost by any who have any
ambition to avail themselves ot tlie tin
critiHlled advantages there offered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit crow-
ii g, stock raising, or merchandise. Ihesi
low rate tickets over the Atchison, lopeka
it Santa Fc road are now on sale at Cairo
and all principal ticket offices, good to re
turn till August 31t. fiU. Tid
'Menu nana in corpore sano:" "A sound
mind in a sound body" is the trade mark of
Allen's main rood, and we assure our read
era that, if dissatisfied with either weak
riess of Iltain or Hodily powers, this remedy
will permanently strengthen both. At
I. C. H. I!.(tt.riUth be k Pial
" (may mail
" (southern Div ....
Iron Monn'nlti h. it
alma II K K
Texi. A Sr. I on H K
St. Lou.a A C Iro It. K
M il bner arrlvna W pil , Sat
" depart! Wed., 1-rl
V ii. cen. del. op n num..
r a . m
. l:'u a m S p. m
. .4 p ni. 9 p. m .
p III. Hp Bl.
p. m. p. m.
. to p. ni. p. ni.
. .7 p. in. lis In.
. S p. m :vi am
..! p. m. I p. m.
T : Kiam to7:)pm
f ru I'O
cine (us I.e. t; the inean of hriot'mK
dapp'.iies t tlioufanda who were
iiciiraMt! nf Hlond and Skin llfeafe.
HEAR THE WITMvSSKaS!
riiveii i'roui a Horrible Di-alli.
I'pori to May last I bad fpent nt but five hnn
red dollara for trentnenr btr manv of tha lief
medical ne n. without any rteneUt I annen-a ex
rriKiatiiiii v. and nil mv be.' fru-nda advied me
that the icy hand of death won taut apprcarhln.
I cdiiuiil at W. S, S. like a drowning man at a
ftraw. after two bntllea I could eel a
chanee for the better. Tha aorea b. van lo dla
fharif! freel? and the llh 'umatlni to aliale. When
I had taken six not t ea every fore i,ai u i"i m"
my f kin h"cn to anytime a na'nral appe-rancf I
peia ated until I had tab n twelve l ott'ea. Ire
f an d T 1 1 K H V. I s N o r A S V M I' l 0 M OK Til K
MSKSr! I;KM.1NINU, anil 1 loll as wc.t aa i
ever d.d. I savo gained twentv-onii potmda In
flefh. and my frietida wonder at my imp oved con
liltinti. I have recommend cd It to many, and in
every insi.iire with complete aiteceM. I believe
that S . H. s. lift mved me from a I'orrinie neain .
II. SMILhl, t,ii.ncy, in.
P ). box del. o, ep front... a ni. !op m.
siim'.ava con . i'e',. ofen from.. . .H a. m. to 10a m.
Sntulaia hi. del. i.nen from ti a. Ill to lOtWIarc
J f N 01 K -i han.'a will be puh'.lahed Horn
tiuic to time In city popcr. t harre tonr caraa ac-
cordlnt'ly. W M. M. MCKI'H . ; . .
'AM'.O HA1TIST ( ornar Tenth aun I'oprir
V'urieia; pn arhlnK every Snnday mo nlnpana
nil. hi at tooial houra 1'iayer n.ceoni! weunca
,'uv uli tit : Sunrtav rhonl. ":W a. In
IICT. a. ircmM.-v, iaor.
.. .. i i.i.l.r. 1.1. II; ,17.. i ,
(illl.lttn cir Illiv in.in.n oiv , r.y i acopai
j Konrteenth ftreetj Sunday T:0oa in.. Holy
( oB.liiuiiinu III:") a. in.. Mornlni! I'rayera 11 a. ni
soiicav ilIiuo Id. m.. fcveinnii irayera i:t p.m
P. I' 1 avenport, S. 1 . H. lienor.
oust MISSION AHV HAI1IST CHUKCa.-
C . iiii e at in so a. n... 3 t. m.. and 7:!W p. m.
ial-niitli I'liool at ".'Mi p. lu Kcv. T. J. Shorea,
co otic im T i rt.",-Mli at reel I fervnef iar
I . iiaih 1 ,.! a. m. Sunduy achooUu m. Kev.
I K'l IloIilST Cor Klifb'r and Walnut atreetf,
I'o 'le l.tni; sannatn ii:'ia. ra. im i.'
iia- -enool at .i:oup.m liev J . A. Scar rett ,
I ) MDSIIYTKKIAN KVh'h flreat: .racBln on
i Salil a'h at II toil a. r.. and 7:ip. m.; praver
ii. etuii; W edneaday at . p. m. ; suuaay ocutoi
il ;l i . in. Hi v U. . 'leore, paaior.
., ,..,.i,i, i. ,i...n.n r'.ih.tllel (Inrner rtroaa
..ll'l.l II n--, wmi i.w,.-.,
l am nre in. t Salfi'a Stipcldc anved tny life. 1
was terribly polanueil with Mu'arla, and waa ftiven
.I, .. If, s.n.elile ,.lli.vd me liroui lit I v
and entirely. I lliluk it la the ureateat remudy of
,tK, ,t.. C. Ii. SI' -.M Kn.
Sup . Uaa Worki, Home, ia.
anil Walnut frceta; aervleca aainatn lo.aoa.
s.incav School a: J p. ni. ; Veapera 3 p. m.; aer
ei. cii-j day at S a m. Ituv. U'llara. Prkat.
'I 'A l !tli K S-ltonili Catholic) Cornel Ninth
'r"iit ar.d WafMnirton avenue; ferrlce Hab-
taili H and 10 a. m. ; Veaperf S p. in.; Hnmta y scnixu
! p. in. fcrvlca every day at h a. m. nev. jiiwumeia
W'riic foracopyof theliflie book tree.
Oi fifth KKW'AHD will be paid to anv Chfui at
Jpl.VW who will llml. on Miftlvi'iot Ho bot'lea
h H. S . one particle ofuicrciiry, Iodide potftsMum
or aiij mineral eiihrtunce.
rnii swift specific co..
Drawer :i, Atlanta, ia.
A Nniuisliinif Wine.
Old and infirm persons need sonio mihl
Wherena.Iolin Sproataud Sarah Sproat, tile wife,
tome or gentle stimulant, CtiCC III V at this (Ud bv their sale mortiaje, hearing dve January
... ... 'Ci, . ... i u 'J nt ... i Iat. is7!i. anil recorded in Hook In of Imeda, in the
Heaann. I he Wine mvle at Hpet r S Mount rr, rir'a ofllce of Alexander county, lim.oia,
rrot-pcci y ineynrdn, in jsw Jersey, calio
Speer's I'ort (Irnpe. Wine, la used in tho At
lantie. Stale the best tonic wine known,
and Is regarded as pure mid is very popu
lar among physicians. It is especially
bcnellcml (or femalea nnd old rieonle.- H'.
convey and mnrt.i;ai;a to Ibu underitried the fol
lowinit uimcriinm real catate. Hituateii m the coun
ty nf Alexander and cllvof Cairo, lUlnola, lo-w ll :
Lota numbered twelve (I.!), thirteen (IK), fntirtnen
(I II and llficen (lfi), In block nun bered three (.1).
In tha lrirt Aiidltion to tno city nt Cairo alore
anld , to secure ihn l aymi'iit. of a certain nromla-
,o'y iiotu exeintiKi tiv tnnfalil .loim sprout, in
raid aalii mo tiiacu fully deacribed; and wlcreaa
rl, fault haa been niauu In the liaytnenl or faltl note
anil the t.ni due upon aitbl luta, and aald note
riimalna tHirether Willi aald tnxui". Ion k sine," pnat
line and untiald bv auld Sproat. Now, therefore,
On recettit nf vour
address we will innke ail offer I'V which tin apidlcntlon i f the lical holder of aald noteaiiti
vmi .it mi 4'i o. 4"? ' under and by v'rltie ol tho rpcrtal provialona and
JOU din earn f.J to 7 rvetnngs, at jour l".t, FSf, (n aald aale mortgiiisa, I the under-
nu n, women, Hoys or Girls can
It. H. O. Wilkinsim & (Jn
Fulton Street, New York.
105 and 17
Skk a woman in another column cm
npeers Vineyards, picking craneH from
which Hpner's Port Ornpu wmo is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tha medical
profession, for the tio of invalids, weakly
persons and tho aged. Sold by druggists.
ulifr.eil Will Oil
MONDAY. Jl'LY THIKTIBTH, Isn
ai tha door of lh rourl-hoiiai', in aald County nl
Alexander, city of Cairo and ftatu of Dili ol, at
the liimr of a oVlork n. m . of a dd day, off. r for
rule and roll at public auction lo the lihoet bidder
for cau. thg above diecrl bed real estate to pay and
iatlafy Ihe amount ef principal and Interest due
upon a nld note, and the laxea paid npon ald lota,
a" la, In ami ny fntn mnriravn, inoiiim,
Dtiud Cairo. III., Ju,yV.b. Uu
at Treamirer and Mor'vai'ee,
(Itcen A Gilbert, Attorneye. 711 Jwd.
i:vi.r -'I homae. V. lis lic'ay.
Vn'anirer Charb a F. NellM.
i l. rk- Dinnlf. .1, l oley.
ConiiHeiorw ni. H. oil imn.
l' iraha'-L. H. Meyera.
sttiirney William Hendrlcka.
aoKU or alIichkis
fuel Ward -Win.. McDale, Hurry Walker.
onil Ward-Jesse llmkle. C. S. Uni'baf.
Ililrrl Ward-II. V. IMnlie, I X crt Smith,
'-'fiirt ti Waid-Cbarlea O. I'atler, Adoiph Swo-
b "la. ... . . ... c,,
'"Iftb W aid CI aa. i.ar.raan r, iiui; on....
''.' ,1,, J.(U'iN.
LAV Tr " s
I'tri'iilt .ludee I).. I. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. . Irvlti.
Cniinly Judco J. II. Holdnaon.
Cotiiilv Clerk S.J. ilnmiii.
County Trenail rur-Mllm V . I'arker,
Slii rlll lobn llodiies.
I'nrnner K. Fltsfierato
MnlrnheT and l'utr Sann
W. llalllday, J. U.
New aim uoinniete Hotel. .troniuiR on
Second and Hailroad Htrueta,
n.,.. in.niir Iienot of tfte Cbldii'o, St. Louis
-., , .... .i,.. . oil, w, la (Vi, toil i V abash. St.
t..iJ .i n.,.ie". r.im Mountain and Southern.
vi.u n,i rihto: Cairo and Ht. Lnuia ftauwaya
(ire all Inat ac.ru.a the atrcet : while th Stoalnboat
1 la hnl .irtA .OlltirO lllf tilflt.
mil ttntel' la heated hv allium, .has fleam
I.anndij, llvflra..!lr. Hlovator, Klectrie CnK Hellf,
Automatic) FlwAlarma, Halha. abaolntely pur air
... ...... mnA ijimnlnlQ aiiuolntnienta..
superb rurniahlngai perfect aurvtc; anil an on
An Housekeeper n tho land can repair the Pook
. i i.- VlMllacka.riewOrntea and new
fitove pot In new 11113 -m-fJ
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.